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Become a Teen Librarian!

Posted Apr. 17, 2012

The School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University invites you to discover the fascinating world of teen librarianship.

Werewolves. Knitting club. Peer pressure. Anime. Battle of the Bands. Dungeons and Dragons. YouTube. Instant messaging. These are only a few of the myriad details that make up the daily life of a teen librarian.

You might say that no other library job is as varied, interesting – and challenging – as that of a librarian serving teens.

Watch this recorded webinar to find out if this career field is right for you:http://bit.ly/YAwebinar-april18.

If you have any questions, please contact one of the presenters:

Mary Anne Nichols, SLIS instructor, mnichol1@kent.edu
Christina Getrost, Teen Librarian, Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library, teenlibrarian@smfpl.org
RoseMary Honnold, VOYA Editor, rhonnold@voya.com

For more information about the young adult/teen librarianship program in the School of Library and Information Science at Kent State University, visit http://www.kent.edu/slis/programs/mlis/young-adult-librarians.cfm.